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Anne Cass

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Anne Cass is a graduate of the Claude Watson Dance Program at Earl Haig Secondary School where she studied ballet and modern dance. She recently completed the Concurrent Education Program at Queen’s University, earning a B.A. (Hons.) in English Language & Literature, a B.Ed. and registration with the Ontario College of Teachers. While at Queen’s, she taught ballet classes on campus and dance workshops at Kingston public schools. Throughout this time, she developed a keen interest in engaging young people and families in the Canadian dance community through journalism and meaningful arts education. She is currently living in Toronto, working as an elementary school teacher and enjoying the opportunity to take ballet classes on evenings and weekends.

Anne Cass' Work

 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Pure, Smart Entertainment

By Anne Cass

Vitality, glamour and striking humour fill The National Ballet of Canada’s stage at the premiere of Alexander Ekman’s Cacti, with George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments and Rubies at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.

 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

A Worthy Addition to the Ballet Bookshelf

By Anne Cass

When Christopher Wheeldon debuted his adaptation of The Winter’s Tale with The Royal Ballet at Covent Garden in April 2014, the story was untouched by classical ballet.

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